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Love Dispels Fear

Click the cover image to read the Nov/Dec 2013 issue.

Our stories this issue challenge us to think Christianly.

We really did go behind the scenes for this issue, to the streets of Toronto, Winnipeg and Vancouver. Our writers were assigned to get a glimpse of what life on the street is like for prostituted women and the Christians who try to serve them.

Senior editor Karen Stiller handled the Toronto segment only three nights prior to her departure for another story in Senegal (see “Operation Christmas Child” on p.12).

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Clearly Relevant

Click the cover image to read the Sep/Oct 2013 issue.

When Calgary flooded, the Church responded providing shelter, food, clothing and comfort.

When the terrible train crash devastated the town and people of Lac-Mégantic, the Church provided solace. It became the place where people gathered to mourn together, ask impossible questions and begin to heal.

In both of those difficult, unpredictable disasters that made this a Canadian summer like few others in recent memory, the Church catapulted into relevancy: providing practical and spiritual help when people needed it the most.

In case you ever thought otherwise, the Church still matters in Canada.

This issue of Faith Today will help your church prepare to be light in the darkness of a community emergency.

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